Spectacular 5 in. wide vivid orange, fully double cactus-type flowers with spidery petals. They are amazing cut flowers. The branching 3 ft. tall, 2 ft. wide plants are disease resistant and easy to grow.
Growing Inca Zinnia Seeds
Sow zinnia seeds indoors: 4 to 7 weeks prior to your last spring frost in cell packs or flats, press into soil and lightly cover. Kept at 75°F., seedlings emerge in 3 to 10 days.
Sow zinnias seeds outdoors: in spring after all danger of frost into prepared beds in ¼ in. deep furrows, 4 to 6 seeds per foot. Cover and keep soil surface moist. Thin seedlings to 9 to 24 in. apart depending on the type of zinnia grown. Zinnia plants started from seed in midsummer put on an impressive fall display.
Grow Zinnias: Full sun. Best zinnia performance in rich, well-drained soil with regular water. Easy to grow, plants love the heat, will tolerate drought, and are resistant to deer and rabbits. Bloom is continuous over an extended summer and fall season, and the bright flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies galore!
Zinnias are among the finest of cut flowers, and mix well with other traditional flowers in a homegrown arrangement. Typical vase life is 7 days, which can be extended further with the use of flower preservatives.
U.S. Shipping Rates
Free shipping on U.S. orders over $60.00.
Free priority shipping on U.S. orders over $150.00.
Standard U.S. shipping is $5.99.
Priority U.S. shipping is $9.99.
International Shipping Rates
Shipping to Canada is $13.99.
International shipping to all other countries is $15.99.
We guarantee all the seeds we sell for one full year from the date of purchase. If you are unsatisfied with any seeds purchased from Swallowtail Garden Seeds, we will issue a refund. For customers in the U.S., we can send one-time replacements or issue a refund.